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Marquis-Larson Group reports sales growth

With the recent release of third-quarter market share from Statistical Surveys, the brands of the Marquis-Larson Group show sizable sales growth and are taking share in the market segments where the brands compete, the company said.

Group brands realized growth in units and share in the competitive fiberglass outboard fish segment, outpacing the industry’s growth, and almost doubled unit sales in the last two years, the company said.

"We are incredibly proud of the strides we have made in both Little Falls and Pulaski with our sales and market-share growth for the third quarter 2014 on a rolling 12-month look," Marquis-Larson Group president and CEO Rob Parmentier said in a statement.

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